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Book: Dr Rayne's Guide To Writerly Disorders - A Tongue-in-Cheek Diagnosis For What Ails Authors (Writer's Craft Book 26) by Rayne Hall
Do you suffer from Synopsisitis, New Novel Itch, Mad Muse Attack, Reality Blindness or Reichenball Falls Syndrome? If people think your behaviour is weird, this book will convince them that you're perfectly normal for a writer. You are simply afflicted with a Creatively Transmitted Disease. Compare your symptoms, discover the cure (if there is one) and diagnose your writer friends. Compiled by [...]
 
Book: How To Write Your Best Story - Advice for Writers on Spinning an Enchanting Tale by Philip Martin
"A good writer is basically a storyteller," said Isaac Bashevis Singer, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature. And, "I find that most people know what a story is until they sit down to write one," according to Flannery O'Connor. Beginning writers often wonder what it takes to get published. This book looks at what really makes fiction work: good storytelling! Unfortunately, storytelling [...]
 
Book: The Mighty Pen (Christian Encouragement from Writers to Writers Book 1)
Dear Fellow Christian Writer, We are pleased to share these devotional thoughts from Christian writers to Christian writers. We pray you might see yourself here and gain encouragement to keep writing for His glory. This devotional book was born out of a two-day class at Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference. During the class we shared the good, the bad, and the ugly of writing for the [...]
 
Book: Chasing Kindle by Mike Spears
If you've ever wondered if all of those so called Kindle gurus are really out to help you sell your book, you may be mistaken. Chasing Kindle dispels the myth of most of the Kindle experts. You'll see why you don't need any of the those "tools". You're going to find out what you really need to write a book. See what the experts don't want you to find out. They're lining their pockets with your [...]
 
Book: UNDERSTANDING ECONOMICS - The Student-Friendly Textbook by Allen W. Smith, Ph.D.
Product Description - One of the best high school economics textbooks ever published is now available as a Kindle book. When Understanding Economics, by Allen W. Smith, Ph.D., was originally published by Random House, it was used in more than 600 schools nationwide. The State of Georgia approved it as one of five economics textbooks for the state adoption list. The approved books were: [...]
 
Book: Forensic Science for Writers by Phill Jones, Ph.D.
2013 Silver Award Winner in the Writing/Publishing division of the Independent Publisher Book Awards contest. Do you want forensics to play a starring role in your fiction, but you find that you're not quite sure what it's all about? Forensic Science for Writers reveals how investigators analyze blood, DNA, fingerprints, hair, documents, ammunition, corpses, and other physical evidence. From the [...]
 
Book: Stunned by Grief - Remapping Your Life When Loss Changes Everything by Judy Brizendine
A highly focused, conversational book that cuts through the clutter and zeroes in on flashpoint issues critical to a griever's healing, the approach to grief presented here is revealing, practical, and down-to-earth. Designed for anyone struggling with death or any of life's tragic losses it features straight talk from people who have been through similar situations, focusing on what to expect [...]
 
Book: Indies Unlimited 2014 Writing Stimulus Package and Planner (Volume 2) by K. S. Brooks and Stephen Hise
Thirteen months of writing prompts - from the creative minds at Indies Unlimited. This 2014 personal planner is loaded with writing holidays, famous author birthdays, events, and inspirations. Get yours today or you won't know what day it is. Bonus pages in the back help you write your own press release. Don't forget, if you use the writing prompts each month, at the end of the year you'll have [...]
 
Book: Ghost Writers In the Sky (The Camilla Randall Mysteries) by Anne R. Allen
Dorothy Parker meets Agatha Christie. "Chick-lit noir with a side of funny." - Ruth Harris, NYT best-selling author of "Modern Women" and "Husbands and Lovers". "Chick-lit for brunettes." - Saffina Desforges, Kindle UK best-selling author of "Sugar & Spice" and the "Rose Red" crime thriller series. After her celebrity ex-husband's ironic joke about her "kinky sex habits" is misquoted in a [...]
 
Book: Atomic Renaissance - American Women Mystery Writers of the 1940s and 1950s by Jeffrey Marks
America in the 1950s was a place of Eisenhower, the Korean Conflict, McCarthy, and Sputnik. Women found themselves trapped into a mold of Donna Reed and June Cleaver, marginalized by the hyper-masculinity of the age. Mystery fiction had become a male bastion as well, promoting hardboiled private eye novels and spy fiction. It would be another three decades before groups to promote equality [...]
 
Book: Twitter for Writers (Writer's Craft) by Rayne Hall
Use Twitter to improve your writing, network with other authors, meet fans, build a platform, gain exposure, find reviewers and sell books. Rayne Hall has one of the best platforms any writer has on Twitter - with over 50,000 genuine, engaged followers who enjoy her tweets and buy her books. Here she shares practical advice, fun ideas, step-by-step strategies for success - and even the [...]
 
Book: Murder of a Manuscript - Writing and Editing Tips to Keep Your Book Out of the Editorial Graveyard by Andrea Merrell
Few things are more heartbreaking for a writer than giving birth to a manuscript and handing it over to an agent, editor, or publisher only to see it killed in its infancy. How do you prevent your prodigy from taking a bullet to the heart? By learning the basics and making sure your manuscripts are as clean and professional as possible. Whether you're a new writer or a seasoned author, the [...]
 
Book: What's Wrong with your Novel? And How to Fix it by Elizabeth Bailey
Got a Nanowrimo draft ready to edit? Sitting on a first draft because you're not sure it's good enough? Worry not! Help is at hand. Get the skinny on giving your novel PTQ (page turning quality) This guide gets straight down to the nitty-gritty, with minimal preliminaries. What are the most common problems? How do you fix them? It's as simple as don't do that, do this. Straight from the shoulder [...]
 
Book: Horror Writing Prompts - 77 Powerful Ideas To Inspire Your Fiction (Writer's Craft Book 25) by Rayne Hall
This book is crammed with fertile seeds for fiction that will thrill, disturb or scare your readers. Each prompt comes with a wealth of suggestions for how you can develop it to suit the kind of story you want to write. Plant those seeds into the rich ground of your own imagination, and watch them grow.
 
Book: Insanity - Beyond Understanding by Bajeerao Patil
Working as a drug and alcohol counselor for over 20 years has given author Bajeerao Patil a world of experiences, as well as a trove of heartrending and peculiar stories filled with unforgettable characters. Visit the agonizing, sad and often-strange world the addicts find themselves in; your eyes will be opened to stories that happened behind the closed doors. Addicts believe they truly cannot [...]
 
Book: Understanding the Stars by Xela Culletto
"Understanding the Stars" is a brand new young adult science fiction story. This is the debut novel from a promising new author. Unbeknownst to her, Alexandra Blackwood has been monitored by an alien race for the past four years. She has been moving through life with the usual teenage trauma, and is blindsided by when Ronan, a human with his own alien-entangled past, reveals to her that she's [...]
 
Book: Purpleumpkin by Michael McCann
Purple Umpkin is a Childrens book written by well known Author and the Mayor of Purple Planet Mr. Michael John McCann. This book gives an insightful thought for the young and old. This book teaches children kindness, tolerance, love and understanding. So, come visit us on PurpleUmpkin. Come have fun with words. Lots of fun. Here it is great to dream. Then dream some more. A theme here is that it [...]
 
Book: Reflections From The Creek by the Prairie Quills Writers Group
Swift Current City owes its existence to the little creek that meanders through the grasslands of southwestern Saskatchewan. Its shimmering surface has mirrored the progress of the last hundred years, flowing through periods of immigration, settlement, prosperity, depression, and war. The creek reflected thirsty antelope, guzzling steam locomotives, drifting mallards and measured the lengthening [...]
 
Book: Whatever Sticks Most by Darren Hogarth
Nothing heals the body and soul like moving with the rhythm of life. Myles is a heavy-duty workaholic. Years of drive and dedication have helped him become a partner in an engineering firm and buy pretty much anything he wants. But it has come at a price. The unrelenting stress on his body has manifested in a herniated disc that has turned a successful thirty-seven year-old man into an old man [...]
 
Book: Through the Blinds by Amanda Clark
Through the Blinds is a poetic diary detailing the author's journey after graduating college in Dallas, TX then moving back East, to Burlington, VT. The author describes her stress from demanding entry-level jobs as well as her search towards a more permanent occupation. She also expresses her frustrations with difficult economic times. Additionally, Clark provides the reader glimpses into the [...]
 
Book: Under The Hazel Trees - Collected Works by Tim Mansfield
A collection of selected short stories and poetry written over a period of thirty years. Described as literary gems, they will make you laugh at times; and then cry tears that turn to liquid pearls - . This newly published book includes a series of seven stories entitled 'The Girl From' as well as previously unpublished poems. About the author: Poet, soldier, sailor is the best way to describe [...]
 
Book: Half-truths & White Lies by Jane Davis
When Tom Fellows proclaims that a Venn diagram is a far better way of illustrating modern family ties than a traditional tree, his young daughter Andrea has no idea that he is referring to their own situation.It is only when she loses both parents in a shocking car accident that she takes an interest in her own genealogy and begins to realize that her perfect upbringing was not all that it [...]
 
Book: The World, Through a Poet's Eyes by Connie Jordan
"A collage of poetry relevant in today's world, it inspires the spirit and takes you on a journey of love, of loss, of things you encounter in life. Earmark the pages that speak directly to you or use it as you attempt to walk in someone else's shoes and find understanding. Before you rush out into the world to fulfill your obligations, use this to reflect on the space you are in and those around [...]
 
Book: The Third Step by William Lobb
Dark, gritty, and riddled with back alley characters, The Third Step is one man's journey into the black recesses of his own soul... Meet Frankie, a young, disaffected amateur boxer, really more of a punching bag, a drunk and a drug addict. He is a loser at love, except for his relationship with his grandma, who, rumor has it, is a white witch. She, along with a handful of others, serve as his [...]
 
Book: A dark journey into the light by Josef
A Dark Journey Into The Light is an interesting and thought provoking read for anyone who has questioned urges and desires familiar to us all. I spent sixty years of my life in "limbo" trying to understand what was driving me to explore every fantasy I could find. We all enjoy sex but the book provides interesting insights into the workings of the mind of a sex addict. We are much more than what [...]
 
Book: Society of the L.A.M.B. by Judy DuCharme
Life has become deadly dangerous for those who believe King Glory is still alive . Josiah has just awakened from what feels like a deep sleep, where he lived in a raucous colony of those who celebrate dark freedoms but are really trapped in a deception of the worst kind. Fleeing to his grandfather's, a place of light and hope, he discovers a gathering of LAMBers, who have escaped from the [...]
 
Book: Mental Munching by Prairie Quills Writers Group
Food is the romance of life. Hey, who doesn't love food? Cook up your favorite dish and garnish it with original short stories and poetry. Mental Munching is the Prairie Quills Writers' Group's 4th Anthology. Within the pages of this book you are sure to find something yummy. The PQs are a group of serious writers who started about 11 years ago. We meet every third Tuesday to encourage, inspire [...]
 
Book: Tunnels In The Briar Patch (The Adventures of Roland McCray Book 1) by Blaine Coleman
This book has been described as a cross between Salinger's "Catcher in the Rye" and Ray Bradbury's classic "Dandelion Wine"! These ten stories follow the life of a boy named Roland McCray growing up during the massive social changes of the 1960's in a southern town that's immersed in Civil War history. Roland learns that people aren't always honest and that prejudice between races and religions [...]
 
Book: Internet Research For Fiction Writers by April Taylor
One of the most frustrating of problems for a novelist is how to find information on the Internet and how to evaluate it. This short guide by April Taylor, a chartered information professional, is intended to solve the problems encountered on the net by novelists. It includes sections on where to search, how to search, evaluating information found, staying safe and within copyright, pictures, [...]
 
Book: Towards Understanding by Lillian Brummet
This book is a collection of 125 non-fiction poems written in chronological order. It is a true story of a young pre-teen female growing up on her own, struggling to survive, breaking the chains of inner demons and finally growing towards understanding of her value and purpose in life - but not quite reaching it. - Thus the title 'Towards Understanding'. Beginning with her childhood trauma and [...]
 
Book: Order in Chaos (Spiritually Inspirational Self-Help Books for Christianity) by Chris Downs
Synopsis: It's a short read, that can be used as a daily devotional, or simply to ponder some of life's mysteries in meditation. Providing many scriptures to help in your growth, this book is sure to make you think a little more outside the box. It starts out simple, and then moves along to some of life's greater questions, which only God can answer. Views expressed are there to help you grow [...]
 
Book: The Spiritual Gifts - Understanding for the Great Shift and Beyond by Chariss K. Walker
Award winning author, Chariss K. Walker, shares information about Spiritual Gifts and how to use them now and in the years to come. This book reveals valuable tips and information on how to master your particular abilities and how these gifts are best used to help others. This is your opportunity to learn the basics as well as gain in-depth knowledge from this master/teacher now. If you have [...]
 
Book: Primed (Outsourced Book 2) by Eric J. Gates
Defense Intelligence agent Bridget Mason is back! Recently recovered from her gunshot wounds, she is assigned an 'easy' case' which turns out to be anything but. Nic Stiles confesses what really happened in India and Phil Beasley takes a deadly decision when they find themselves threatened by the Bratva Russian Mafia. In the second book in the 'Outsourced' series, the protagonists are thrust into [...]
 
Book: Virtual Strangers (Love and murder in cyberspace) by Susanne O'Leary
Did you ever want to cast off, to sail into the sunset with someone you just met, a kindred spirit, a twin soul, leaving everything behind? It is possible in the virtual social world of the Internet, which can become a comfort zone you'll never want to leave. You might, one day, want to meet that person with whom you have become strangely intimate. But reality is never as lovely as the dream. Be [...]
 
Book: The Man Who Built Boxes and other stories by Frank Tavares
"Each story is a minor masterpiece of the writer's craft." Midwest Book Review In these twelve stories, you'll meet a remarkable cast of complex, quirky characters tangled up in the limits they've put on their lives. Driven by love or loneliness, like the man in the title, they've boxed themselves in. Frank Tavares tells their stories with humor and compassion. And while the themes may be [...]
 
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